Trekmovie.com has added a new review for Una McCormack‘s “Star Trek: Picard: Second Self”:
If you could meet your younger self, do you think you would enjoy their company? I think back on my 16-year-old self, and I think I would find him to have been frustratingly cocky, so certain about the things he should have held loosely, and so careless about things that are long-term vital. Star Trek explores this kind of scenario well from time to time, in episodes like TNG’s “Tapestry,” and even SNW’s recent “A Quality of Mercy.” And Star Trek Picard: Second Self, the latest Trek novel from Una McCormack, gives one popular legacy character the chance to revisit their past self in an intriguing way, and to find redemption of a sort, as well as a closure that the character likely will never get in canon Trek.
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